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A study of factors affecting suicide in Aboriginal and 'other' populations in the Top End of the Northern Territory through an audit of coronial records

by Parker R, Ben-Tovim DI

Journal article
Year 2002
Journal Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Volume 36
Issue 3
Page 404-410

Abstract

A recent increase in the number of suicides among the Tiwi people of Bathurst and Melville Islands in the Northern Territory led to a review of coroner's records. This paper outlines the findings of an examination of coronial determinations of suicide in the Top End for the years 1991-1998. The study highlights regional differences in suicide risk among different Aboriginal populations in the Top End.

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